• FISCAL
    -- Philippines; Taxation -- Philippines. Philippine public fiscal administration : readings and documents. by Soberano, Jose D.; Manila: UP-Graduate School of Public Administration, 1965. Subject: Fiscal policy -- Philippines -- Addresses, essays, lectures; Monetary policy...
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  • Fiscal Admnistration
    Araneta 1916 - Reorganization Act No. 2666 - DFJ split into two Fiscal administration 1936 – DOF and Budget Commission 1949 – Central Bank of the Philippines was created 1970 – Minister Cesar A. Virata was appointed Secretary 1974- with the adoption of the parliamentary form of government, the...
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  • Economic Crisis and Response in the Philippines
    monetary management. This time should not be much different.”  The new administration of President Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III faces three key constraints on Philippine growth: Tight fiscal situation due to weak revenue generation Poor infrastructure (i.e. transportation, power, etc.) Pessimism in...
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  • The Philippine Local Fiscal Administration in a Decentralized Setup
    The Philippine Local Fiscal Administration in a Decentralized Setup Decentralization in the Philippines took three forms- devolution, deconcentration and delegation. As Carino affirms, the framers of the 1987 Constitution institutionalized decentralization with the end-view of realizing...
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  • Fiscal Performance
    Republic of the Philippines BULACAN STATE UNIVERSITY City of Malolos, Bulacan PHILIPPINE EXPENDITURE PATTERN A Report Submitted to DR. LUIS M. LANSANG Professor In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the course Public Fiscal Administration by: Ronald Reagan T...
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  • Fiscal Policy: A tool for Financial Reforms in the Philippines
    “Fiscal Administration: How Travel Tax Collections Affect the Philippine Economy.” Vincent L. Bernardez, MPA student A PENDING SENATE BILL NO. 2018 ENTITLED: AN ACT ALLOCATING THE TRAVEL COLLECTION TO THE PHILIPPIONE TOURISM, AMENDING THEREBY PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NO. 1183, AS AMENDED AND...
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  • Fiscal
    improvements in the last few years. The Philippine government’s main sources of revenue are taxes, with some non-tax revenue also being collected. To finance fiscal deficit and debt, the Philippines rely on both domestic and external sources. Fiscal policy during the Marcos administration was...
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  • Economy Report
    fiscal deficit but quickly switched to domestic dependence on the onset of the Asian financial crisis. The administration has been accused of resorting to “budget trickery” during the crisis: balancing assets through the sales of assets, building up accounts payable and delaying payment of government...
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  • The Macro Economics
    written by most of the faculty of the University of the Philippines? School of Economics, which warned that the fiscal picture was getting out of control.The government recovered and passed a fiscal reform program, including value-added taxes and a temporary increase in corporate income.This stabilized...
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  • Local Fiscal Autonomy of Barangays Under the 1991 Local Government Code: a Case Study on Its Effects in the Governance of Selected Barangays in the Municipality of Atimonan
    public administration in the philippines: A reader (2nd Ed.). Diliman, Quezon City: University of the Philippines – National College of Public Administration and Governance. Briones, L. (1996). Philippine public fiscal administration – volumes I & II (2nd Ed.). Mandaluyong City: Fiscal Administration...
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  • Latest Economic Problem of the Philippines
    economic policy-making and decisions by the Aquino administration in 2011. Major Financial Problems of the Philippines Over-dependence on Global Economy The growth of the Philippines economy drastically slowed to just 3.6% in the first three quarters of 2011, which is significantly less than...
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  • Essay
    objective, by building a strong fiscal position, through the following: * Formulation, institutionalization and administration of sound fiscal policies; * Improvement of tax collection efficiency; * Mobilization of adequate resources on most advantegeous terms to meet budgetary requirements...
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  • Dbm (Department of Budget and Management
    resurging economy that, nonetheless, was still burdened with problems of the past administrations. Under President Ramos, government budgeting took on an added mission -- to make the National Budget an instrument for breaking the boom-and-bust cycle that had characterized the Philippine economy in the...
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    Fiscal discipline Large deficit spending under the previous administration left public finances in an unstable state. The immediate priority for the administration is to implement a responsible budget deficit reduction program. Budget deficits will not be allowed to persist, and the...
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  • Economic Development Policies of Philippines
    implementation. But some policies are same for all countries such as Fiscal Policy, Monetary Policy, etc. Philippines, as a developing country has set various economic policies & strategies over time with a view to seeking development. In course of time it has adopted a wide variety of economic...
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  • Fidel Ramos' Term.
    1995. By the late 1990s, the Philippines' economic growth gained favorable comparisons with other Asian countries such as Taiwan, Thailand, South Korea, and Malaysia. The Philippine economy took a sharp downturn during the Asian financial crisis of 1997. Its fiscal deficit in 1998 reached P49.981...
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  • Economic Problem in the Philippines
    administration further allowed the US to even more directly influence Philippine economic policy making in its self-interest, by entering in a Partnership for Growth (PfG). These partnerships will consequently further the dependence of the economy on the global economy, whereas a regional arrangement...
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  • major problems
    indicated a contraction in exports and a drop in FDI. The administration further allowed the US to even more directly influence Philippine economic policy making in its self-interest, by entering in a Partnership for Growth (PfG). These partnerships will consequently further the dependence of the economy...
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  • Philippine Economics
    . Impact of fiscal deficit and external accounts To counter adverse effects of the crisis, the Philippine government felt the need to increase its expenditures. Apart from government expenditure, of primary concern was the weak revenues generated by the government with fiscal deficit reaching...
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  • Public Administration
    Philippine Administrative System •Program and Project Implementation •Program and Project Development •Human Resource Management •Public Fiscal Administration •Local and Regional Finance •Methods of Policy Analysis •The Policy Process Career opportunities for graduates of Master in...
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